Black Stars captain, Asamoah Gyan, has taken a strong swipe at Ghanaians over the way they are celebrating the death of Ghanaian musician Ebony.
Last Friday, the ‘Mame Hw3’ hitmaker was confirmed dead after she died through motor accident in Bechem.
However, tributes have poured in from all walks of life.
But the former Sunderland goal poacher is unhappy on how Ghanaians are celebrating the dead rather than the living in relation to how Ebony Reigns was criticized for her dressing.
“Although we are not in Ghana, we are Ghanaians and sometimes we hear what is going on. Now the person is gone. Go and talk about her state of dressing,” Gyan made this known via a video he posted on his Instagram page.
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“Now that the person is gone they are playing her song everywhere.”
“Are we trying to say we celebrate the dead more than the living?.”
“We have to change. We have to change our mentality. We were all born in Africa. We all know the African culture but things are getting worse.”
“We don’t know people and we just judge them. I don’t know what people see. Sometimes they see the person and they just judge them”.


  1. So you want Ghanaians to celebrate you. Have you forgotten the penalty you failled to score that broke many Ghanaians heart and you and your brother insults?

  2. U see.same thing he is talking abt.this penalty issue wey e pass looooooongest still bringing it any case in ur workplace u no fok up b4.he so talking abt a general issue n u wan make it personal ahhba bosh it su nyi.

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